Assembly of practice: whose artwork?
Together with BUDA, Jubilee organises a collective reflection on the relationship between artist and artwork, with the practice of Katya Ev and Clémentine Vaultier at its core.
Jubilee’s Emptor project forms the context of this event.
Asking ‘how can we practice property for a sustainable visual arts field?’, it builds on Caveat’s foundations in the quest for an ecology of the arts field.
Emptorallows to shift attention from artwork to practice and for collective knowledge and insights to develop.
During the day, a group of carefully selected artistic practices, ‘dramaturgs’, institutions and external experts explore difficulties of claiming authorship on dematerialised, collaborative and process based work in a visual arts context, the importance of documentation and possibilities to reconsider ownership as a temporary right to use, transform and pass on.
The day closes with a public moment at 17:00. An attempt to create access, publish and perform an ongoing exchange on practicing property.
In April and May, Emptor organises reading rooms, which are open to the public and allow for discussions to feed into the reflection on the 16th of June. More information about the reading rooms on caveat.be